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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1917)
BRN1J RCliLKTIS, RKND, OltKOON, THUIIHUA V, X0VKMHKK 32, 1017
BOARD PREPARES FOR
StntUtlcs GntlirrtMl From Ucglstrn-
tlou Curds Presumably For INo
lly flot eminent In Selecting
Next Quota of Men.
(From Friday's Daily.)
Classification ot all registered men
in Deschutes county was completed
yesterday afternoon by Sheriff Rob
erta and County Clerk J. H. Hanor.
It Is not known definitely for what
purpose these statistics will bo used
'but it is assumed that tho Govern
ment will receive, Information from
them on tho number of men available
in tho different classes for tho next
It was found by means ot the fig
ures that of tho 235 married men reg
istered, 100 wcro called and three ac
cepted. Of tho 331 single men, 115
'were, called and 36 accepted. Out of
this total of 556, approximately 475
wcro natlvo born Americans, and 16
naturalized; 46 aliens, and 29 declar
ants. Ono of tho naturalized men
was accepted and three declarants.
Among tho 64 aliens, 15 nationalities
aro represented, whllo six are semi
hostile. When tabulated according to oc
cupations, farmers lead the list in
numbers, followed by laborers. Saw
next, tho barbers nlso having a nolo
worthy aggregation. Tho following
la tho classification:
Lumbering A 10
Stock rnlsors 8
Food industries .... 7
Iron Foundries 1
"Wagon shops 1
Sawmills, factories 65
'l' ......... ..!.. (...
Public officers . ... 3
llarbers .... .35
1 ' 1
New Draft System Based
on Conscription of Men
Who Have No Dependents
1IKM V. M. C A. FUND KKit'llKM PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 20. (Hpec-
KKACII $2(170 NKAKI.Y HALF lal.) Let overy man who Is regis
OF THIS HUM IS UF.CLIVKD torcd under tho selective service law,
IX CASH PAVMKNTH.
GERALD EASTHAM NOW
ON ATLANTIC COAST
lleiul Hoy Who KulMed In Scptem
bcr Jjcnvr Camp Louis After
Brief Training Period.
(From Friday's Dally Bulletin)
That his work at American Lake
is finished is tho information con
tained on n card written by Gerald
Eastham, until recently ot 11 end. The
card was received this morning by
Mr. Eastham left from Bond on tho
first 40 per cent of tho first draft,
on September 19, being in charge ot
tho squad ot conscripted men sent
out at that time. Shortly after his
arrival at Camp Lewis, ho was placed
In tho quartermaster corps, ,nnd was
mado a corporal.
Ills card, mailed from an Indiana
town, states that ho was headed for
Long Island, New York.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Total figures show Hend's contri
bution to tho Y. M. C. A. war fund to
bo $2670.03. This was definitely
staled this morning by Chairman T.
H. Foley, who with Fondall Wulte,
treasurer for tho committee, checked
up on cards and cash on hand last
night. Ot this sum, ? 1.074.36 has
boon received In cash.
Heports aro not yet in from tho
country and from Ilcdmond, but mes
sages received from Or. Ilosch, who
Is handling this section ot tho work,
have lod Mr. Foley to bollovo that tho
county will come up to Its full quota.
Tho sums raised by tho various
committees aro as follows.
Fendall Walto. II. M. Grelner.
C. V. Sllvls $252.50
Miss M. K. Coleman, Mrs. C.
V. Sllvls, Mrs. K. M.
II. II. Do Armond, Hugh K.
Bran, J. A. Hastes
Harper Skuse, J. C. Rhodes,
J. D. Davidson
A. Whisnant, R.
II. A. Miller
Harry Maulon, II. McKonzle.. 164.50
Ono cent a word is all a llttlo Want
mills and factories and builders como Ad will cost you
L. I). Wlest . .. v 11.75
Misn Lucllo Saunders, Miss
Margaret Schroder 32.00
Mrs. T. II. Foley . .. 14.50
Thomas Bcesloy 79.00
T. II. Foloy, miscellaneous . .. 864.46
and that IneluduH all between tho
ages of 21 and 30 years, Inclusive,
pay careful hood to tho changes that
hnvo been ordered by thu govern
ment In tho method of selecting men
for military servlco.
Tho changes ntfect every man sub
ject to tho draft, without exception.
Tho now plan goes Into effect on
December 15. Uut on December 1,
preparations for putting It Into effect
will brain all over tho United States.
At that tlmu all exemptions or dis
charges from military servlco under
tho draft will automatically be can
colled. Kxempttons heroaftor will bo based
on an Improved system whereby the
government will hnvo exact knowl
edge of every registered man and his
Tho basic prlnclplo of the new sys
tem Is that those men are to bo taken
first who hnvo'uo persons dependent
Under this classification como sin
gle men, married men whose wives
support them, married men who have
habitually failed to support their fam
ilies, or whoso families aro Independ
ent ot them for support.
Men In this class will be subject
to call first. They will bo llstedNun
der what will bo known as Class I.
Tho married men and those with
porsons other than their wives or
chlldron Immediately dependent on
thorn for oupport, as well as those
whoso work Ih necessary to Industries
essential to tho war, Including agri
culture, wlllihn listed In other classes,
There will be flvu classes In all
Tho effect of eliiHslfli'iillou In class,
es below I will ho to grant a tem
porary discharge from tho draft, for
men In theso clauses will not bo called
until tho class or classes above thulrs
has been exhausted.
Ileforo thin system can bo put into
effect, Information must bo gathered
on which to mnko 1hi elniwlflentlnn
of each man. To obtain this Informa
tion and to compile It afterward, tlim
government has prepared Quontloti
unlrcn covering every phase of a
man's occupation, his liieoinn, that nf
persons ho claims to bo dependent on
him, hlit family relations, lilii bus
liiens, Ills health.
A (jueHtlounalro will ho mailed by
the lnt.il board to nuuh reglnteteil
man, who wilt have seven day In
which tit make tho required uiiitwq
and return tho questionnaire to tier
Failure to answer will nutoiinitlo
ally cancel his rights to exemption
and will put him In Clww I,
In order fully to protect tho right
of every registered infill, and to help
him make out his Questionnaire, law
yers will bo at -tho headqunrters or
IJto board -to advise and assist him
You will get your Questionnaire
soon. Watch for It. .
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THE AMERICAN BAKERY
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No Want too Big-No Want too Small
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groceries, produce, fruit nro nhrtrn frct. Our Mitltnry
refrigerator counter kecjm our Ulrjr iMNkurtu ctoI nml
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